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Posted on June 9, 2015

Can fire sprinklers activate accidentally?

Technically nothing is impossible, but there’s about a .001 percent chance of a fire sprinkler going off accidentally, barring accidental or intentional tampering. Fire sprinklers are heat-activated and require significant amounts of heat – think 150 F – so you’ll almost never have a situation where the sprinkler just goes off randomly, unless the head is knocked off or the bulb gets broken.

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